About your Search

20100901
20100930
Search Results 0 to 20 of about 21 (some duplicates have been removed)
it could endanger u.s. traps and afghanistan and everywhere we work with the community. >>> more mud slide victims, bodies were pulled where back to back mud lines happened. 45 people have been killed. >>> experts now warn another powerful earthquake could hit in the coming days. they were hit with 20 after shakes over night. >>> it was warm out there today, tomorrow a big change rolls through and cooling continues. i will have details and a full forecast in just a few minutes. [ female announcer ] it's the jcpenney labor day mattress sale! all gold premium mattresses 50-60% off after $200 instant rebate. plus, get an additional $100 off beautyrest gold mattresses and $200 off beautyrest world class gold mattresses from simmons... featuring super pocketed coil springs to prevent motion disturbance and conform to your shape. after all, it's not just sleep, it's beautyrest. the jcpenney labor day mattress sale. new look. new day. who knew! jcpenney. with my citi thankyou points when it happened... [ glass breaks ] ...again. ♪ [ child ] run! [ man ] first it was the mailbox. then my squirre
, in my neighborhood. after >> to got a lot worse for us. >> their relief discern replaced by the realization that their neighborhood is for ever been a change. >> if i can barely looked down the hill, i mean it was is almost like, to look at my kitchen window but this usually treat, but it also means those blocking the view. but i will be reminded of it every time i come home, as i'm coming down when you because tapestry is gone. fitch >> we would just continue to pray for the family. and for the people who've lost their homes and their family members. we will try to work to preserve the community. >> instead brno jeff pierce kron4 news. >> future crass is showing some cooler temperatures this weekend. coming up vefuture case cooler temperatures coming up this week. i will have more for cooler temperatures coming up this week. i will have more for you on that after the break. to bring it all to a stop. heavy duty demands? gentlemen, your truck is ready. let's go! we got a 1-2-0 in progress. what's a 1-2-0? another airline is charging up to $120 roundtrip for two bags. [ im
by the investigation that has been going on this afternoon. they are telling us what they are doing to restore service. >> a lot will depend on our ability to get into the site of the accident and see if we can do all the necessary work there. >> what would that be? >> completeness necessary completely ntsb allowing us to get there. we don't know why our gas plane ruptured. >> and ntsb will figure that out? >> absolutely. they have a sent bented -- assembled a terrific team and they will get to the root cause >> reporter: they could not answer a whole lot of other questions because at this point it is not their domain. they are limited in what pg e.e.can say to the public. they say they know who those people are but for some reason, your utilities are not on and you feel they don't know about it, you are advised to give them a call. >>> four people were filled, a mother and her teenage daughter along with a 20-year-old female and another as yet identified victim. police kept people out most of the day a small crew was allowed to shoot this video and it shows how destructiontive the flames -- destructi
was at the accident skite. he joins us live with the later information. >> reporter: it's been an emotional day for students and staff here at novato high school. many are still in shock about what happened. >> reporter: friends and class mates of the 5 students lit candles and consoled one another. all of them came to remember and pray for the 15-year-old student that was killed and the 16 and 17-year-olds still clinging to life. >> i was in shock. it's so surreal that it could happen that fast. horrible. we had our -- every 15 minutes, which is a program they put on the schools about drunk driving and how you shouldn't drink and drive. >> he was a good die gi. very well known. he was the office ta 3rd period. he liked sports. >> reporter: the teen driver of may have been speeding up to 80 marina 50 mile-an-hour zone. the driver spun out of control as he game into this curb and ended in the path of this big rig. investigators found alcohol containers inside the call all the teens were in. the driver's name has not been released. he faces four charges. that driver and another teen involved in t
not only to the immediate family but for the rest of us as well and gives us an opportunity to now move on with our lives a little bit easier. >> we've known lavon for some 63 years, went to school with her at university of california and graduated san francisco nursing school in 1951. >> she was a great remarkable lady. i admired her. she did a whole lot of things for me and that's one person i never, never will forget. >> to me her gentleness, love, patients loved her. >> absolutely, yeah. had a twinkle in her eye and a smile on her face. >> i remember greg. like they said, he liked to tell yikes and he was somewhat of a trickster and i feel that we need more left in our life. there's too many people -- levity in our live. too many people take things way too seriously. >> it's a wonderful service but it's a same it was necessary. it will be a long time before this town feels the same. >> reporter: a lot of people came to this high school after the service for a reception. family and friends say they'll miss will, greg and lavon. >>> meanwhile investigators are looking at corrosion as
of us ever will know whether she knew or not. here is the rough, she needed to know. federal law required her to know. if you are governor, you can't have the excuse i didn't open my mail. >> reporter: what do you make of the timing? >> it makes sense, in california we have election month, not election day. >> reporter: do you think that meg whitman is in trouble because of this? >> this issue might be an example of some of her mismanagement but it's not a knockout blow. >> reporter: if jerry brown was found to be the one, the impact would-be far less. brown is the one who favors giving illegal immigrants a way to stay here. >> the jerry brown campaign is reacting to the allegation, once again meg whitman has shone she thinks the rules don't apply to her. we learned that accountability does not extend to her enactions. you can watch the conferences and our analysis in their entireties on www.kron.com. >>> meanwhile, there are new pole numbers on the governor's race as well as the race for u.s. senate in california. according to the stute of california, the race is tied. meg whitm
, this suspect, he is -- there is a connection between him and the two asian women missing in vallejo, tell us more about that. >> the suspect had an outstanding warrant for a murder that occurred last saturday. the vehicle he was associated with was a white sat lack escalate. -- white cadillac escalate. >> -- escalade. >> reporter: you told me he was an a acquaintance of the suspect? >> yes. >> reporter: now the body was not believed to be one of the missing went from vallejo, is that accurate? >> that is accurate. we do believe this female could possibly have been the girlfriend of the suspect. >> reporter: now you told me there was a phone call that was reported of someone saying they were kidnapped, did that phone call come from this black acura moments before it crashed in front of this market? >> it is not known where it was received from but the kidnap victim was reported from vallejo. >> reporter: now the homicide reported in vallejo, there was also a missing man that was in the house when the homicide took place. tell me his name and how this is connected to this. >> his son was missi
always gets us there... ... sometimes it just takes us a little longer to get back. ♪ which is really exciting... except i'm at a grocery store. i was just standing here with a carton of oj, and all of a sudden, it was all over the floor. the water, not the oj. and i'm not near my doctor and i'm not really sure what i should do... [ intercom ] clean up on aisle three! [ inhales deeply ] ugh. [ male announcer ] when the unexpected happens, you need a health plan you can trust. 3.4 million californians trust us with their health coverage needs. blue shield. the riveras are taking their first family vacation. [ dad ] hey, do you guys want to see the largest artichoke ever grown? [ kids ] artichoke! artichoke! they needed some tools to help them keep track of their spending along the way. wells fargo checking with mobile banking lets them check their balance wherever they happen to be. the widest one or the tallest one? the closest. the closest. well, if you got the 4-wheel drive, you could go down this road here. [ mom ] i think we're lost. [ dad ] it's ok. we'll find some other big vege
of the hand and can anyone can get in the train without the use of a card or fast pass. there's also the door opening glitch where the gates get confused and stay open allowing anyone access for free. now i have received new information regarding city wide problems. over at the station, one person using a fast pass can allow unlimited people to pass through the gate. over at powell station there have been complaints that the brand new gates go out of service often. it's a problem at this station as well. and this gate, no. 7102s that gone down three different times to same day. at church street the gates opening and closing 52 slowly frustrate many riders. he they have an 866 number for drivers. except the phone only works on business hours monday through friday and 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on the weekend. because we know that it never breaks down after hours and no one will answer the help desk if they are at lunch. and something else i noticed, there are absolutely no exit signs so when riders try to leaf they get confused. i know, with every system there will be glitches but $30 million? rea
. tapping out means using a card to enter and exit. because of this walkout feature in san francisco, it created glitches in the system that need to be fixed. muni spokesperson paul rose they expect a fix to the problem by octobe . with the soon to be developed firmware patches. it will be up to muni fair inspectors and station agents to toe the line. in san francisco, stanley roberts, kron4 news. >> kron4's jonathan bloom spoke with muni officials tonight, and has their reaction. >> muni officials acknowledged the switch to these new fare gates has been anything, but smooth, but they have a few new ideas, the bug that lets anybody ride for free. >> we're working to fix it. >> reporter: muni spokesperson paul rose made that promise as word of the free ride trick. it's as simple as fooling the motion censor. this man couldn't recyst trying himself. and rose says they will fix it in one of three possible ways. >> we'ring a at software updates to make it more difficult to break the beam. physical equipment to block that from happening and possibly tapping out our system. >> reporter: of
.com. lots of us are sick or hurt we have four times as many emotional problems as other kids i'll have to move over and over again. i'm twice as likely to drop out of high school. there's a 50-50 chance i'll end up homeless. not everyone can be a foster parent but anyone can help a foster child. . >>> tonight's headlines, david petraeus are criticizing plans to burn copies of the koran in a nane/11 protest. they say it could endanger u.s. traps and afghanistan and everywhere we work with the community. >>> more mud slide victims, bodies were pulled where back to back mud lines happened. 45 people have been killed. >>> experts now warn another powerful earthquake could hit in the coming days. they were hit with 20 after shakes over night. >>> it was warm out there today, tomorrow a big change rolls through and 3q hey stainbusters, my son loves pizza but this was a first - grease on his back ! i totally missed it, another shirt ruined. good thing the expertise of spray n' wash is combined with the power of resolve in our new in wash stain remover. only resolve has stainseekers. just trea
will do if they are. >>> kron4's jonathan bloom joins us live with tonight's top story. >> well, pam, the meeting is still going on inside richmond city hall. there have been 44 members of the public who have spoken, overwhelmingly in support of the schools. now, the council is deliberating and could vote at any instant. incouncil is expected to overwhelmingly approve the giving of $1.5 million to the school district to keep those schools open and that will be very good news. >> shutting the doors to our school will be shutting the doors to the futures and educations of our students and our communities. >> reporter: students and parents packed the chambers to voice their disapproval for the planned closure. >> this is unprecedented. this will be the second time in the 100-year history of this district that a high school has been school and shuttered down. >> reporter: school board member charles ramsy blames the state for cutting tens of millions from the budget. the school voted last year to school elementary schools, and kennedy high. >> it's real evidence that kids don't do as wel
to choose between a lethal injection or three drug makes that the state has been using in the last 12 executions. brown scheduled to be executed on wednesday for the 1980 rape and murder about the 18 year-old girl. your looking at the newly revamped the execution chamber at san quentin. it accommodate some changes on how executions are handled. this weekend a federal judge to block his execution. coming up on kron4, parts of midwest under water after two days of rain. also volunteers across the state get their hands dirty for coastal cleanup day. and the giants to on the rockies and what happened in those 10 innings. those stories coming up next. n speaking, we are fourteenth in line for take off. beep, beep, beep. looks like its bumper to bumper on the interstate. i gotta get to cleveland! should have skipped that second soda. remove your belt, your watch, your shoes. i wonder what gas costs today. seven dollars for a pillow! an extra bag costs what? i hate traffic! (train child) the train is now arriving. (announcer) the train has arrived indeed. amtrack. enjoy the journey. carly fi
could have any affect. kron 4's kate attended the meeting tonight and joins us live from san bruno. >> reporter: tonight pg&e saying it took them an hour to turn off the gas after the explosion happened. >> reporter: wearing wrist bands that designate them as residents, people fired questions, including why they couldn't turn off the gas immediately after the blast. >> it was not safe to be able to access the volves that made it possible to -- for the gas to be stopped. >> reporter: monday fema completed its assessment which could mean additional money could be able if a federal disaster is declared. >> preliminary damage assessment, we were on site for the host of the day and finished a few hours ago. >> reporter: officials are promise they will work tirelessly to get answers. >> they don't want to go home till they find out what happened. >> there is no stone that will not be turned over till we get to the bottom of why this happened and make sure it never happens again. >> reporter: residents having a lot of questions about if they don't want to rebuild what will happen. asking
, that would inform us how we need to look at the segments and whether the process we are using is good or not. >> reporter: jonathan, kron 4 news. >> they are pleased pg&e replied with their quest. the list changes from year to year, today's list is the most recent list. they also requested lists from the last few years, they will review that information and decide if changes need to be made. here is a look for some of the locations are. in the north bay, napa, richmond, and on the peninsula and south bay, palo alto, and san jose zy. our coverage continues online, to read the list of 100 high risk pipelines log on to www.kron.com. >>> police are investigating cases of robbery and sexual assault around lake mare ud. police are holding back some of the details of where the attacks happened. police say both cases involved women coming back to their homes. >> there are some similarities and that's why we want to make the community aware. >> police describe the suspect as african american, early 20s, medium built. kron 4's greg talked to people about the threat of an attacker. >> reporter: police
on and the minute we find information that shows us there are particulates going off, it will be put to a stop. >>> new at 11:00, police officers say it's a program that keeps thousands of kids out of trouble every year but now san jose police activity league is facing drastic cuts. kron 4's jonathan plains the problem and what it could mean. >>> the largest league of its kind in the country but now facing money problems, 12,000 youngsters play in the police activity league, spending their afternoons in the field. >> drug and alcohol abuse, the lure of the gangs, it is a good alternative to that. 57 retired police chargent now training young boxers. >> rafer getting in a couple of street fights my mother and father said you got to do something positive. >> reporter: lopez is coaching although letes bine andy. >> reporter: whose foot steps are you trying to follow in? >> my coach. >> reporter: money problems. >> you keep learning, and you know, the traveling has a lot to do with that. it gives us a different level. >> reporter: ççbudget trouble forced san jose to cut police officers. it le
of it to use for training, another fact he says the state never disclosed to the court. judge fogel says the drug shortage is hardly a reason to rush brown's execution and ordered it halted until he decides, otherwise. although he has albert own hasn't proven there's a risk he'll suffer extreme pain during his death, it appears as he's raised substantial questions of fact. in the meantime, brown will remain alive. >> the plans brought protesters. this is just one of several demonstrations across the state. california has been in debate. the debate is whether it's humane. >>> and now to decision 2010. and the first debate between the candidates for california governor. this was the scene from the uc davis campus as republican meg whitman and democrat jerry brown scare square -- squared off tonight. they traded blows on a range of issues. but mainly, the debate focused on the candidates' different stances on how to fix the state's economic woes. >> and i would start by example. i would say i will cut 15 to 20% out of the governor's office, and i'll say to the legislature it's your turn nex
as we see a storm pass us to the north. >> here is stanley roberts who found people behaving badly. >> reporter: they are required in every home and business in the city of san francisco. it ends up here on the boarder to be sorted. >> this is all material for composting. the most important kind of recycling we do. a lot of nutrients and carbon in this material. >> reporter: many people [ñindiscernibleñ] composting thing or are ignoring the rules. repsycholers are finding items that should never been included. like this plastic back. >> what is inside? plastic bag, inside a plastic bag. >> reporter: it has to be hand sorted to remove the unwanted stuff. >> that's an apple. this is what we need to be doing. >> check this out. >> that is a plastic bag full of food. >> reporter: some people are trying to do the right thing. if you need to throw out food, put it in a plastic bag. do it for the environment. >> it sends nutrients back to the farm so they can grow more food to short our -- to support our health. >>> barry zito and the giants try to keep pace with the podries in the race
Search Results 0 to 20 of about 21 (some duplicates have been removed)

Terms of Use (10 Mar 2001)